I listened to Radio 4 today, driving to the gym. There was an American female politician talking about the dress code in the senate.
Apparently, it was only in 1994 when women on US Senate committees were allowed to wear trousers. 662 more words
As we have a “free choice” week, and I am currently on holiday in my home country of South Africa, I thought I would take the theme literally and talk about freedom- specifically, a certain South African who fought for equality in a segregated country. 329 more words
by: Terrence A. Merkerson
Fatigue. Restless fatigue. It seems as though every other week, black people are victimized, mostly for just being a Black. Violence against Black bodies is no new thing, but in an age of instantaneous, pervasive media and camera phones, we are able to visually witness more violence, unrest and unjust treatment of Black bodies more than ever before. 744 more words
by Gene Howington
There are many Clinton supporters who tout her as a bonafide progressive bent on reform that will/should benefit all citizens and not just the usual host of monied interests. 732 more words